‘Pokémon Go’ has been causing chaos all over the place. Maggie Davis has some simple steps you can take to be safe and respectful when you’re out playing.
Can Tang, the Chinese language teacher in Perrysburg, has studied the impact of No Child Left Behind with special needs students. eSomethin is publishing her report as part of her masters degree requirements.
Principal Short comments on school policy with phones in bathrooms. He believes students are mature enough by high school to know what is right and wrong.
Awesome social game to play with friends and make new friends. It can get repetitive, but something to look forward to when more updates are included.
The annual art show last week had paintings, drawings, photography, and sculpture pieces for family and friends to view. Be sure to check out the slideshow, featuring 87 pieces from the Art Beat show.
Our outlook on classes changes from the beginning of the year to the finals and test time. Optimism leaves us, stress joins us.
There is a difference between flirting and catcalling. One degrades women and is harassment. Upperclassmen have admitted to experiencing it.
Ms. Patterson is an English teacher at Perrysburg High School this year. She’s new to teaching at PHS, but she didn’t need an orientation to know how to get around the school.
After a district levy and a donation from Walt Churchill, the Perrysburg High School track at the high school opens. Anthony Grigsby has all the details of the new track.
Members of the Perrysburg Wind Ensemble and Concert Band competed and were honored in Boston during a trip last month. Students also were able to hear Mozart and Bruckner pieces performed by top-notch professionals. Bailee Brown was on the trip and files this report.